by endure  14/11/2012  549 Page Views
2 Comments  Commercial law, litigation, contracts, IP, property law
Hi all,

Might be the wrong forum, so apologies if it is.

In September Macquarie Bank (whom I have an investment loan with), placed a default notice in my credit history with VEDA advantage.
This started a chain of events whereby my other credit providers started suspending further credit.

I was NOT in default. When I contacted Macquarie (in writing), they responded that YES it was IN ERROR and would have it removed, which they did 5 business days later.

Apart from writing a complaint and perhaps lodging it with the ombudsman, is there any legal recourse? It's been annoying, time consuming and costly (I'm in the middle of my divorce), and losing access to my credit was frustrating.



Any advice appreciated.

Cheers